Fascist Precursor?

Big LaborYou hear the word fascism shouted out by Liberals and Progressives – and the “lamestream” media. It’s mostly used as a tired and dog-eared pejorative against Americans, who stand firmly against the anti-American and often race-based, Leftist ideology promulgated by these sorts.

The ironic part of this is that the Left are the ones supporting a historic Fascist precursor.

What these Leftists either conveniently forget or willfully ignore is the very simple fact that Fascism as a socio-economic model is firmly rooted upon Syndicalism, something that they rampantly and stridently endorse.

While Syndicalism may have started as Anarcho-Syndicalism in the late 19th and early 20th centuries and was a movement meant to destroy both the corporate structures and the State, this revolutionary movement was defeated and proven untenable. The State proved too necessary and too powerful to be supplanted in developed nations with strong interactions and agreements with other nations.

What rose up to replace Anarcho-Syndicalism was National Syndicalism, which sought to supplant or suborn the State actors while maintaining the original political framework of the nation.

This directly led to the rise of Labor Syndicates as power bases in European countries and the regimes of: Francisco Franco in Spain, Benito Mussolini in Italy, and finally Adolf Hitler in Germany.

Does this mean that the rise of labor unions and their entrenchment in the State always results in Fascism? No; of course not. It has, however, regularly, if not universally, done so in the past. Hence, the Liberals and Progressives are vociferously supporting the precursor behaviors of the very thing – Fascism – that they so often accuse Americans are supporting.

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5 Responses to “Fascist Precursor?”

  1. milton q Says:

    oh mr murkey pond. . . your lies are borderline… cute!

    so it’s the WORKERS that are fascists? LMAO! why don’t you mention the fascist take over attampt by nazi war profiteers prescott bush of FDR during the depression. was THAT a left wing takeover, too?

    i’m sorry to stonewall your pithy rants with facts, but that’s just what i do.

  2. milton q Says:

    and oh… fascism has nothing to do with corporations either, right? it’s the liberals that want a corporate takeover right? because the oligarchs are former hippies. i bet you william boroughs would have loved his books to be sponsored by GE and the koch corporation. why do you hate america and the american worker, too?

  3. jonolan Says:

    Read history, Leftist, and try to pretend you have the capacity to learn. Fascism has always grown out of organized labor movements.

    Indeed, you’re even spewing the perfect excuse for the “aggressive nationalism” that characterized previous Fascist regimes and have your scapegoats all lined up. đŸ˜‰

  4. milton q Says:

    you’re blind. unions are democratic institutions. corporations have co-opted the union movements to take power and made fascism possible, so your argument is ad hominem. no dividends going to union workers. it is illegal for unions to lobby politicians. corporations pay lawyers to lobby politicians. unions do not.

    why do you hate the average worker so much?

  5. jonolan Says:

    Damn! You’re so ignorant that you can’t even lie for shit. Every single thing you just spewed was wrong.

    You’ve possibly broken the record for combined lying and stupidity.

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